Grilling Corn with George Foreman (03)
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The temperature hit 101°F in the Washington, D.C. area, so grilling outdoors wasn’t an option I cared for. Instead, I used the trusty George Foreman Grill to grill some ears of sweet corn.
Step 1) Remove from husk. De-silk.
Step 2) Brush with olive oil. Sprinkle with Kosher salt and cracked black pepper.
Step 3) Set grill to 375 °F. Cover and grill for 5 minutes, horizontally (that is, at 90 ° to the griddle ridges)
Step 4) Rotate the ears, and turn vertically into the grooves. Grill another 3 minutes.
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